Tag:Fisher & Phillips

Drastic Revisions to Colorado’s Wage and Hour Laws Are Coming

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment in November published proposed regulations that will dramatically overhaul the state’s wage and hour laws. This sweeping...

Countering a Former Employee ‘Firebombing’

Your organization spends significant capital crafting your corporate brand and reputation to appeal to consumers and potential employees alike. Now, imagine the first internet...

Gauging Colorado’s Law Firm Merger Market

This year was relatively quiet for law firm mergers, particularly any involving Colorado firms. But that doesn’t mean there haven’t been potential deals simmering...

Overtime Ceiling Set to Rise in January

Employers have three months to prepare for the U.S. Department of Labor’s newly finalized overtime rule. But that is assuming they haven’t already, as...

No ‘Safe Industry’

After Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested about 680 workers across Mississippi in a coordinated immigration sting in early August, it had immigrants and employers...

Some Colorado Employers Modify Employment Policies to Retain and Entice Workers

Many Colorado employers are experiencing labor shortages. For instance, this year the Denver Post reported that 85% of construction contractors had a difficult time...

Polis Fills Court of Appeals Seats

Gov. Jared Polis on March 8 appointed Jaclyn Brown and Neeti Pawar to the Colorado Court of Appeals. Brown’s appointment fills a vacancy caused by...

Colorado Lawmakers Try Again on Local Wage Option

As the gulf widens between the cost of living along Colorado’s Front Range and in the state’s rural communities, lawmakers are considering allowing cities...

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